1356, Sherbrooke Street West
The Guild, historical gallery and museum institution of Canadian art, has been preserving, promoting and encouraging fine crafts for more than one hundred years. Specializing in Inuit and First Nations art, The Guild is comprised of a permanent collection, one of the most influential in Canada, historically and culturally rich archives, an educational program with a broad outreach, and a gallery which draws together works by renowned and emerging artists. Situated in downtown Montreal, beside the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, The Guild Gallery offers all of their customers high quality contemporary art.
400 Saint-Paul Street East
Vieux-Montréal H2Y 1H4
The history museum invites you to discover the life of an exceptionnal woman and to visit exhibits and an archaeological site that you will find captivating. Head for Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, 18th century jewel of our heritage, for an insight into Montréal's past.
1400, Berri Street, Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, Local J-R 120
H2X 3S1The Galerie de l’UQAM is a university gallery dedicated to contemporary art. Committed to research, the institution disseminates the knowledge it generates through exhibitions, public programs and a diverse range of publications.Learn more
1380 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal H3G 1J5
The MMFA, has the highest attendance rates among Canadian art museums. The Museum’s encyclopedic collection, unique in the country, comprises 41,000 works from antiquity to the present day. Every year, more than 1 000 000 people visit its unique permanent collection and its original temporary exhibitions, which combine artistic disciplines: fine arts, music, film, fashion and design.
Many parks.Numerous parks over a distance of 4 kmLearn more
Art and nature intertwine along the shores of the Saint-Louis Lake.
335 de Maisonneuve Blvd. East
Montréal H2X 1K1A museum of moving pictures, the Cinémathèque safeguards a world-class audiovisual heritage. It highlights works from Quebec and elsewhere in Canada and international animated films, for cultural and educational purposes.Learn more